In this view, your patient can see her daily Basal Body Temperature (BBT) and her fertility status. On a red day, she should abstain from intercourse or use protection (condoms are recommended). Predictions for the upcoming days are presented below. Please remind your patient that future predictions may change and should not be regarded as a final result.
Here your patient can see predicted green days and red days (i.e. fertile days that require the use of protection) for the month. The algorithm predicts her upcoming ovulation and period. Please note that these may change as more data is entered.
In this view, your patient can see the everyday log: her temperature, period, and LH test results (if available). She can also record further details such as pain, spotting, mood swings etc.
If your patient presses the ‘Graph’ button in the top right corner of the Today view, she will see the Graph View. The graph is a visualisation of her temperature curve. She can swipe left or right to view graphs of her past cycle and tap ‘3 cycles’ or ‘9 cycles’ to compare them. She can also see any self-reported sex data she has logged, and whether protection has been used or not. Additionally, her period, fertile days and ovulation are indicated by different symbols.
Women are often interested in seeing their individual data on the graphs, and analysing the data to better understand their body and cycle.
In this view, your patient can see the Cycle Statistics view by clicking the tab at the bottom of the screen. This view reflects the numbers behind her cycle. It informs her about her overall cycle length, as well as regularity and a detailed analysis of the three phases of her menstrual cycle – the follicular, luteal and ovulatory phases. Underneath the statistics of her own, she can also view the average statistics of all women using Natural Cycles. This may provide her with a comparative benchmark.